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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

MSNBC Host Mocks Dems’ ‘Better Deal’ Rollout

A host on the left-wing MSNBC mocked Democrats like Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on Monday for the party’s lack of diversity that was on display when Democrats unveiled their new “better deal” plan in Virginia.

While guest-hosting MTP Daily, Chris Jansing told Sen. Tom Carper (D-DE) that Democrats who were on stage “didn’t look tremendously diverse.”

Ten Democrats went to Virginia for the “better deal” rollout, and there were just two (Reps. Ben Ray Lujan of New Mexico and Hakeem Jeffries of New York) or three (Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts) Democrats of color on stage, depending on whether Warren is actually part Native American.

Jansing also noted that the Democrats’ new message—“better jobs, better wages, better future”—“doesn’t roll off the tongue.” She agreed with critics that the Democrats’ new message also does indeed sound like “the better ingredients, better pizza” slogan that Papa John’s Pizza uses.



Anonymous said...

Pap Johns has good pizza the Dems dont have a good plan. Just more lipstik on a pig

Anonymous said...

They can promise again and again, but we all know that they don't deliver.

Anonymous said...

Oh i see, new lipstick new party huh?

Maybe now you will listen to us roar!!!

Anonymous said...

Being a Democrat is like being a Papa John's pizza. Us GOP's just love to eat you up. LOL!

Anonymous said...

Funny how Democrats like Pelosi, Schumer, Warren, etc., keep spilling out all these talking points (false narratives) about Republicans, who are trying to fix the mess the Democrats made, but, in truth, the Dems are describing themselves.

Anonymous said...

A better deal for the US is for all lib/dems to leave the country

Anonymous said...

If it's better jobs, better income, better future, why can't Dems just get over themselves and try for some bipartisan activity to do those things? Republicans like jobs, more income and good futures for their constituents, too.

Why? It's because they want to be in charge.